Skip to comments.'Say nothing' culture makes Ireland an Islamic extremists' safe haven
Posted on 05/15/2010 12:48:35 PM PDT by george76
Ireland is a hotbed of Islamic extremism. Shocking, right? Of course it is. However, that's the view of Imam Ali Al-Saleh, who is the head of Ireland's biggest Mosque, the Islamic Cultural Centre in Dublin.
Al-Saleh said many of the extremists came to Ireland as asylum seekers and now their children are becoming adults, taking over university societies, brainwashing other students. These "indigenous" extremists are being bolstered by students from the Middle East.
This may explain why American Jamie Paulin-Ramirez came to Ireland after she told Colleen LaRose (aka Jihad Jane) in an e-mail that she would like to join her in Europe at a place that would be both a jihadist "training camp" and home. As Al-Saleh puts it, Ireland is an extremist "safe haven" and an al Qaeda "base."
where are Ireland's Islamic extremists hiding? In plain sight, it seems.
This is why I think Jamie Paulin-Ramirez's marriage is so important to the story. True or not, I can easily see a situation where a public official might bend the rules to suit a Muslim, immigrant couple because we 'mustn't judge' and 'we must accommodate them' are two overriding themes when it comes to Ireland's treatment of immigrants.
Irish people are actually very reticent when it comes to criticizing people, despite the "fighting Irish" stereotype. Most Irish people wouldn't complain in a restaurant even if there was a worm in their soup.
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If the Irish don’t wake up, their country will be lost to the muslims. As is England.
There are few people with the guts to stand up to this vile ugly cult.
And someone discovered this recently??
Not to mention the home grown ones...It’s the LEFT in Ireland who have always been cozy with terrorism-see the links between the IRA and Libya, the PLO, etc.
Indeed they have. And it's quite some time since I noticed that the ones crazed enough not to be readily accepted in some Irish group like RIRA or INLA would tip over and convert to islam. That's what it seemed like, at least.
The Catholic Church of Ireland has been coming apart for the past 15 years. This is the result.